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Craig Allen
Steven George Saieg, Craig Allen Holt: Cast trailing arm assembly for trailer suspension. ArvinMeritor Technology, Carlson Gaskey & Olds, April 22, 2008: US07360774 (22 worldwide citation)

A trailing arm assembly for a suspension includes at least first and second cast components. The first and second cast components are welded to each other to substantially surround an outer perimeter of an axle member. The first cast component is then welded to one side of the axle member at a first ...


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Craig Allen
Steven George Saieg, Craig Allen Holt: Cast trailing arm assembly for trailer suspension. ArvinMeritor Technology, Carlson Gaskey & Olds, June 1, 2010: US07726673 (12 worldwide citation)

A trailing arm assembly for a suspension includes first and second axle wraps. The first and second axle wraps are welded to each other to substantially surround an outer perimeter of an axle member. The first axle wrap is then welded to one side of the axle member at a first weld area and the secon ...


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Craig Allen
Steven George Saieg, Craig Allen Holt: Cast trailing arm assembly for trailer suspension. ArvinMeritor Technology, Carlson Gskey & Olds, August 30, 2011: US08006987 (11 worldwide citation)

A trailing arm assembly for a suspension includes at least first and second cast components. The first and second cast components are welded to each other to substantially surround an outer perimeter of an axle member. The first cast component is then welded to one side of the axle member at a first ...


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Hirak Chanda
Hirak Chanda, Marcin Kowalewski: Banked curve detection using vertical and lateral acceleration. Robert Bosch, Michael Best & Friedrich, October 27, 2015: US09168950 (1 worldwide citation)

A banked curve detection system determines the presence of a vehicle on a banked curve by sensing a vertical acceleration and a lateral acceleration of a vehicle. A banked curve is determined when the vertical acceleration and lateral acceleration are each greater than previously sensed vertical and ...


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Craig Allen
Steven George Saieg, Craig Allen Holt: Cast trailing arm assembly for trailer suspension. Kerrie A Laba, Carlson Gaskey & Olds PC, February 7, 2008: US20080029988-A1

A trailing arm assembly for a suspension includes first and second axle wraps. The first and second axle wraps are welded to each other to substantially surround an outer perimeter of an axle member. The first axle wrap is then welded to one side of the axle member at a first weld area and the secon ...


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Craig Allen
Steven George Saieg, Craig Allen Holt: Cast trailing arm assembly for trailer suspension. ArvinMeritor Technology, Carlson Gaskey & Olds PC, February 16, 2006: US20060033304-A1

A trailing arm assembly for a suspension includes at least first and second cast components. The first and second cast components are welded to each other to substantially surround an outer perimeter of an axle member. The first cast component is then welded to one side of the axle member at a first ...


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Craig Allen
Steven George Saieg, Craig Allen Holt: Cast trailing arm assembly for trailer suspension. Carlson Gaskey & Olds PC, February 16, 2006: US20060033302-A1

A trailing arm assembly for a suspension includes at least first and second cast components. The first and second cast components are welded to each other to substantially surround an outer perimeter of an axle member. The first cast component is then welded to one side of the axle member at a first ...


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Gregory J Galvin, Timothy J Davis, Noel C MacDonald: Microelectromechanical accelerometer for automotive applications. Cornell Research Foundation, Kionix, Jones Tullar & Cooper P C, March 13, 2001: US06199874 (183 worldwide citation)

A micromechanical capacitive accelerometer is provided from a single silicon wafer. The basic structure of the micromechanical accelerometer is etched in the wafer to form a released portion in the substrate, and the released and remaining portions of the substrate are coated with metal under condit ...


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Kenji Kawagoe, Satoru Ishihara, Hideo Ito, Masatsugu Yokote, Kazunobu Kawabata: Method and system for controlling automotive suspension system, particularly for controlling suspension characteristics in accordance with road surface conditions. Nissan Motor Company, Foley & Lardner Schwartz Jeffery Schwaab Mack Blumenthal & Evans, May 2, 1989: US04827416 (135 worldwide citation)

A suspension control system employs a road sensor monitoring road roughness or smoothness and producing a road condition indicative signal. The control system also employs other sensor or sensors for monitoring at least one preselected suspension control parameter, such as vehicle speed, steering an ...


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Takeshi Fujishiro, Sadahiro Takahashi, Takanobu Kaneko: Automotive suspension system with variable damping characteristics. Nissan Motor Company, Schwartz Jeffery Schwaab Mack Blumenthal & Evans, September 29, 1987: US04696489 (132 worldwide citation)

In order to ensure riding comfort and driving stability in an automotive suspension system, the nature of the effect of the damping force generated by the suspension system is observed. When the damping characteristics of the suspension system are too hard, resulting in amplification of vibrations i ...